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Jul 10, 2020

Today we are looking deeper into MPD terrorism and brutality by going beyond the visible players and shining light on some of the behind the scenes power brokers that prop up the status quo. The law firm Rice, Michels & Walther were long time legal representation for the Minneapolis Federation of Police, representing...


Jul 1, 2020

We are debuting a new format this week. The Money Power Land Solidarity team sat down with Minneapolis activist, organizer and Twitch streamer Kswiftly on the summer solstice for a wide ranging discussion. We talked about the Upper Harbor, reflected on local luminary Ricardo Levins - Morales concept of Sun and Moon...


Jun 19, 2020

In the weeks before the murder of George Floyd we had the honor to sit down with Black elder Miss Linda Taylor. Miss Linda joined us to talk about the demand to cancel rent during the Covid19 pandemic and the struggle against gentrification and displacement in South Minneapolis. Miss Linda shared her hard fought wisdom...


Jun 12, 2020

In todays episode we re-post the MPD 150 audio report Enough Is Enough: a 150 Year Performance Review of the Minneapolis Police. Formed in 2017 to mark the 150 year anniversary of the creation of the Minneapolis police department, the MPD 150 project fertilized the soil that produced the Minneapolis uprising in the...


Sometimes You Just Have to Do A Thing w/ Rosemary Fister

May 22, 2020

Continuing our reporting on the impacts of Covid19 we have an interview with public health worker Rosemary Fister. We talked with Rosemary about the relationship between mutual aid and the State, housing, public health and the impacts of Covid19 on the unsheltered community in Minneapolis 

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